Navy Awards DLT Spot on $820M COTS Software, IT Support BPA

Jeff Brody

DLT Solutions has secured a position on a potential 10-year, $820.4M blanket purchase agreement to provide commercial-off-the-shelf software and information technology services to the Department of Defense, U.S. Coast Guard and intelligence agencies.

The U.S. Navy issued the multiple-award, firm-fixed-price BPA as part of the multireseller publisher software category management award under the DoD Enterprise Software Initiative, the Pentagon said Friday.

“This long-term blanket purchase agreement is a testament to DLT’s tenured relationship and unwavering support of the Department of the Defense and the DoD ESI initiative,” said Brian Strosser, president of DLT Solutions. “DLT will leverage this new contract to ensure DoD agencies, the intelligence community and the U.S. Coast Guard have streamlined access to the latest ITAM software, simplified enterprise terms and conditions, and increased cost avoidance.”

The BPA will run through July 11, 2029, and includes software maintenance support, IT asset management software and IT-related professional services. DoD listed Appdynamics, Archibus, Cloudbees, Flexera and Polyverse as the software publishers in the BPA.

The Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific, selected four firms for the BPA through a competitive procurement process and will obligate operations and maintenance funds upon issuance of task orders.

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